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Shanghai Electric Unveils 11MW Offshore Newbie
SEW11.0-208 machines features S102 102-metre carbon-fibre blades
Solar Power Plant
Solar Module Maker SEG Expands Production in Cambodia to 500 MW
California-based SEG Solar Inc said on Thursday that it has raised the annual manufacturing capacity for its SEG 540W+ 182mm modules at its site in Cambodia to 500 MW and is getting ready to begin production this month.
Iran Urges "Practical" Steps, "Tangible" Results in Nuke Talks
Taking "practical" steps with "tangible" outcomes should be the purpose of the upcoming nuclear talks between Iran and the remaining parties to the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action
KHNP Inks MOU with CNL to Secure Advanced Technology
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power has signed a technological cooperation MOU with Canadian Nuclear Laboratories to secure technology for spent nuclear fuel dry storage and nuclear power plant dismantlement.
Wind Power Project
Vietnamese Group to Provide Substations for Hai Long Offshore Wind Project
The Vietnamese consortium, led by Semco Maritime and PTSC M&C will deliver design, engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning for the two offshore substations.
EDF and SP Group to Connect Singapore and Indonesia with Subsea Cable
Singapore Power has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with French multinational electric utility EDF Group to develop a subsea energy transmission line connecting Singapore with Indonesia.
Pakistan Struggles To Find LNG Amid Gas Crisis
Pakistan is looking to buy liquefied natural gas for the winter, but it couldn’t find any sellers in a recent tender, which highlights the fact that the natural gas market in Asia is tight.
China's September EV output, sales refresh highs
China's new energy vehicle production and sales continued to hit fresh highs in September in line with the country's aim of hitting peak carbon dioxide emissions before 2030 and achieving carbon neutrality before 2060.
New GHG Targets Dampen Coal Outlook in South Korea
South Korea's power sector will have to reduce its net 2030 greenhouse gas emissions by at least 44.4pc from 2018 levels to meet the newly proposed nationally determined contributions target
Australian CS Energy, Japan IHI to Build Hydrogen Plant
Queensland state-controlled utility CS Energy and its joint venture partner Japanese engineering firm IHI will build a pilot hydrogen plant with capacity of 50,000 kg/yr from 2023, with the hydrogen to be produced from solar photovoltaic and batterie
Solar Power Plant
Masdar to Develop Solar Projects in Republic of Iraq
Masdar, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, announced that it signed a strategic agreement with the Republic of Iraq to develop five solar PV projects in the country with a combined capacity of 1 GW.
Eco Wave Power Signs MoU to Commercialise Technology in China
Sweden-based Eco Wave Power has embarked on a partnership that will enable the commercialisation of its wave energy technology in China.
China’s Coal Prices Soar To All-Time High As Floods Shut Down Sixty Mines
Coal futures in China closed at a new record high on Monday
Saudi Arabia To Ship Extra Crude Oil To Asia In November
The world’s largest oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, will ship additional volumes of crude to at least three refiners in Asia in November
Bangladesh Plans Another Nuclear Power Plant
Bangladesh wants to build another nuclear power plant after its first one is completed, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said yesterday as work at the Rooppur plant reached a critical milestone.
Energy Crunch: Three more UK Power Firms Collapse
Turkey's Energy Import Bill up 104% in August 2021
Former US Vice President Rescues Octopus Energy from Unstable UK Market
GIG, TotalEnergies and RIDG to Participate in ScotWind Leasing Round
US Smart Electric Grid Projects Receive $11m Boost
EU Countries Grapple with Response to Energy Price Spike